Activity was spotted this week at 1775 Biscayne where, a 53-story tower was once proposed, according to photos by Ryan RC Rea.
The property is now advertised for sale. A sign on the site says it includes approved plans for 544 units, and over 110,000 square feet of commercial.
There does not appear to be a construction permit active for the site, so the work being done now is likely testing.
In 2017, plans were submitted to Miami’s Urban Development Review Board for a mixed-use tower, topping off at 633 feet.
According to the 2017 UDRB submission, 1775 Biscayne was to include:
- 444 residential units
- 200 hotel rooms
- 45,600 square feet of retail/restaurant
- 64,800 square feet of office
- 546 car / 39 bicycle parking spaces
(photo: Ryan RC Rea)